This means that it doesn't matter if you have a high-end PC or low-specs (potato) one, you'll still be able to enjoy those ravaging sea battles or explore the game's huge map. "Based on us continuing to build this game, we'll probably consider some form of microtransaction".
Sea of Thieves will also be the first game to launch on Microsoft's dedicated subscription service, Xbox Games Pass, putting the project in an interesting position for the company. We already knew that the beta was just a slice of what the final game would offer, but this week, several publications had a chance to speak with the team at Rare ahead of the game's March release to find out just how much would change at launch.
"I really, really want to allow us to fire cats and other animals out of cannons".
Rare also said its primary goal following launch is to provide players with new content, whether it be through fully-fledged expansions or smaller updates. Neate stated that he wanted to see as many people as possible interested in the game beyond launch, at to that end Rare will be keeping "a very large team" active on the game after it's released.
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A senior administration official said as many as two dozen senior officials don't hold permanent clearances. And if they don't answer them, then they're going to need to give me a really good reason", he said.
Eurogamer picked up on this detail at a recent preview event, and added that you'll be able to view the character performing different animations and in different poses, just to give you a better idea of how it's going to look in-game.
It's true that Sea of Thieves is a game created with cross-play and Xbox Play Anywhere features in mind. In addition, you'll always know what you're purchasing in the shop, no surprises.
"It's fun for everyone, regardless of whether they were the one who bought it or not", Neate explains. "I joined [Rare] two years ago, and our ambition since then has been to deliver the PC game that PC players expect".
"I fundamentally want to fire animals out of cannons because it will be very amusing. Obviously when you put it down it'll come back". It's that social play and hijinx. Again, it's completely optional. What we will say is there will never be loot crates in Sea of Thieves.